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Author Madhav, T. Phani, author

Title FDI : India vs China / by T. Phani Madhav
Published [Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh] : IBS Center for Management Research, [2004]
copyright 2004


Description 1 online resource (7 pages)
Summary Though India and China enjoy many similarities, China has surged ahead of India in terms of economic progress. While India's per capita income is $440 China's per capita income stood at $990. In China, 3% of the population is below the poverty line and in India it is 30-40%. China opened up its economy before India and could therefore attract foreign investment which helped it to emerge as a 'workshop of the world'. Though India is trying to catch up with China in terms of foreign direct investment (FDI), China is way ahead. China received FDI of $52.7 billion in 2002 where as in the case of India, the figure stood at $4.67 billion. Since the opening up of the economy in 1978, China enjoyed a steady flow of FDI
Notes Title from resource description page (viewed June 17, 2016)
Case code: ITF0008
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes In English
Subject Investments, Chinese -- Case studies
Investments, East Indian -- Case studies
Economic history.
Investments, Chinese.
Investments, East Indian.
India -- Economic conditions -- Case studies
China -- Economic conditions -- Case studies
Genre/Form Case studies.
Form Electronic book